Regulatory

Our Regulatory section brings you developments affecting financial institutions and private equity houses.  We’ve included analysis of global standards such as Basel III.  We’ve split the channel into five sections to make our reader’s searches efficient: Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East and Africa.  That way readers can quickly find what the precedent is in their chosen market.  Subscribers receive a regular email alert. 

Americas

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Asia Pacific

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EU

  • The limits to US/EU harmonisation

    12 Apr 2016

    Market participants regularly bemoan the lack of a consistent transatlantic regulatory framework. But achieving it is far from simple

  • CoCos hit by new prospectus regime

    23 Mar 2016

    The new rules, aimed at improving investor protection, will increase the burden on issuers of AT1 securities with no obvious benefit

  • Bank licence revocation shows SSM failings

    22 Mar 2016

    A small Latvian lender is at the centre of a battle that suggests early fears over ECB supervision of all eurozone banks were not unfounded

  • US fund managers don’t want passports

    16 Feb 2016

    The plan has always been to extend AIFMD passports to third countries, in due course. But another delay has made the market question the merits of the regime

  • Covered bonds’ EU legislative debut

    11 Feb 2016

    Market participants breathed a collective sigh of relief last week following Commissioner Hill’s suggestion that he is not seeking a single rulebook for the asset class

  • CRAs linchpin of Italy’s NPL scheme

    09 Feb 2016

    A decree implementing the guarantee mechanism has been postponed, leaving the market to speculate over how the fine print will address state aid concerns and entice investors

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Other

  • Panama Papers to hasten AML cooperation

    27 Apr 2016

    The Libor and forex scandals have laid the groundwork for quicker and stronger enforcement of the hoard of violations to be exposed by the Panama Papers

  • FSB reveals 18% TLAC requirement

    09 Nov 2015

    Most global significant banks will have to meet a total loss absorbency capital requirement of 18% of the resolution group’s risk-weighted assets from January 2022

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